Apple is focusing much of its content strategy for Apple TV + not only on series, but also on original films and documentaries. The following film to be presented exclusively on Apple TV + is Cherry, a movie starring Tom Holland (the actor who plays Spiderman) and the Russo brothers (Avengers: Endgame).
With just over a month before it opens in theaters on February 26 in Cupertino, they posted on their YouTube channel the first trailer of this film
Unlike the films the actor and directors became famous for, Cherry is a drama and it has nothing to do with the work they did before.
Cherry tells the story of a young man from Ohio who abandons his studies to join the military. Come back forward with post-traumatic stress.
In an attempt to get out of this situation, a doctor prescribed him opiates, which failed to get him out of the mental situation he was suffering and ended. turn to the heroine. In order to finance his addiction to heroin, he decides to rob a bank surrounded by a strange group of friends.
Apple has obtained the rights to broadcast this film in the middle of last year, paying, according to various sources, about 40 million dollars. The film is based on a book of the same name written by Nico Walker.
Russo brothers claim Cherry is a movie divided into six chapters which reflect different periods of the protagonist’s time, each with a completely different tone.
In addition to Tom Holland in the role of Cherry (protagonist), we also find Ciara Bravo like Emily (Cherry’s wife), Jack Reynor, Michael Rispoli and Jeff Wahlberg.